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    Wiseman concept scam

    I see there have been some posts about Wiseman Concept. Please be advised that it is a scam and stay away Google wisman concept and the word scam to get more info.

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    I see it previously came up on TFSA here - and it certainly did look suspect.

    Has any new info come to light since?
    The trouble with opportunity is it normally comes dressed up as work.

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    Not all people are "dummies" - thousands of people have been helped by the "Wiseman Concept.

    To get the correct information please contact the owner and designer of the Wiseman Telescopic Calculator. The owners name is Willem Botha and his sell number is 076 489 7473.

    Please read the website www.wisemanconcept.mobi FAQ from 300 CA's, Actuaries, Estate agents, Bankers and Financial Advisers and the shocking results that "EVERYONE BADMOUTHING THE WISEMAN CONCEPT" is actualy the biggest scammers.

    Let me give you a piece of the future , and how business will be run 5 years from today. Two options on all contract or purchase agreements will be mandadatory to all sales documentation where the client must sign for the information received:
    1.) The normal way to buy where the purchaser will lose most of his investment e.g a car losing value after a certain time.
    2.) The "Wiseman Telescopic Calculator" way where the purchaser will pay zero ( R 0.00 ) for the car. This system has already been proved successful in 2347 clients.

    If the seller fails to notify the buyer, the buyer will be able to sue the seller for his loss:

    Why do you think that there is only 4 unsubstanciated complaints on the "Wiseman Concept" in 15 years, whilst each major bank has 300 and more complaints in six months.

    How can the writer of the "WARNING" article say "IT IS DEFINATELY A SCAM"
    Has this writer of the conjecture and untruth realy think they will get away with this?

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    That's a world class website you've linked to Mariana.

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    I'm just so impressed with the subtext

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    Yep - this guy certainly has a grip on things that I fail to follow.
    The trouble with opportunity is it normally comes dressed up as work.

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    Ok, so what exactly is "The Wiseman Concept"....without all the fluff...just the bottom line?
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    Quote Originally Posted by adrianh View Post
    Ok, so what exactly is "The Wiseman Concept"....without all the fluff...just the bottom line?
    I'll second that question!

    All I see is fluff and no substance.
    The trouble with opportunity is it normally comes dressed up as work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mariana View Post
    Not all people are "dummies" - thousands of people have been helped by the "Wiseman Concept.

    To get the correct information please contact the owner and designer of the Wiseman Telescopic Calculator. The owners name is Willem Botha and his sell number is 076 489 7473.

    Please read the website www.wisemanconcept.mobi FAQ from 300 CA's, Actuaries, Estate agents, Bankers and Financial Advisers and the shocking results that "EVERYONE BADMOUTHING THE WISEMAN CONCEPT" is actualy the biggest scammers.

    Let me give you a piece of the future , and how business will be run 5 years from today. Two options on all contract or purchase agreements will be mandadatory to all sales documentation where the client must sign for the information received:
    1.) The normal way to buy where the purchaser will lose most of his investment e.g a car losing value after a certain time.
    2.) The "Wiseman Telescopic Calculator" way where the purchaser will pay zero ( R 0.00 ) for the car. This system has already been proved successful in 2347 clients.

    If the seller fails to notify the buyer, the buyer will be able to sue the seller for his loss:

    Why do you think that there is only 4 unsubstanciated complaints on the "Wiseman Concept" in 15 years, whilst each major bank has 300 and more complaints in six months.

    How can the writer of the "WARNING" article say "IT IS DEFINATELY A SCAM"
    Has this writer of the conjecture and untruth realy think they will get away with this?
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    @Mariana - please explain what it is exactly that you do - I'm open minded so I'd like to hear what you have to say.
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    Yep me too, give us a synopsis of what happens?
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